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15891Re: [tracker2] Decoding HF packets

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  • Scott Miller
    Sep 10, 2013
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      I don't think there's a hard limit, it's just going to get less and less
      reliable as it drifts.

      Scott

      On 9/10/2013 12:38 AM, F1MHV wrote:
      > Good day Scott,
      >
      > The question would be until which drift value (10hz, 30hz, 50hz?) the demodulator could handle incoming tones? Nevertheless, it's in my wish-list ;-)
      >
      > Cyril
      >
      > Le 9 sept. 2013 à 17:51, Scott Miller a écrit :
      >
      >> Do you mean 300 baud? Because whether it's over HF or not doesn't
      >> matter to the tracker. But normally on HF you're running 300 baud over
      >> SSB, and in that case the answer is no. I could modify the demodulator
      >> to handle 300 baud, but you'd have to worry about exact tuning of your
      >> receiver - it's not able to track a signal as it drifts, and there's no
      >> tuning indicator. There's never been enough demand to make it worth doing.
      >>
      >> Scott
      >>
      >> On 9/8/2013 4:31 AM, Suryono Adisoemarta wrote:
      >>>
      >>> Dear all,
      >>>
      >>> Can T3-Mini board decode HF packets?
      >>> How good compared to hardware TNC (like MFJ / KPC )?
      >>>
      >>> Thanks, Yono - YD0NXX
      >>>
      >>> Sent from my iPhone4
      >>>
      >
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